The Social Contract Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 50:

1.

Which body of laws attempts to make each citizen independent of all fellow citizens and at the same time dependent on the republic? (from Book 2, Part 4)

2.

What could happen in Rome during times of crisis? (from Book 4, Part 2)

3.

Why does Rousseau believe that a civil or state religion is preferable to separation of church and state? (from Book 4, Part 3)

4.

Which of the three types of wills that the magistrate possesses should be dominant above the others? (from Book 3, Part 1)

5.

Which of the following terms is used to refer to anything that takes the citizen away from that which he perceives as his life of relative ease? (from Book 3, Part 4)

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